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Restart Apache after PHP update?

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( 5 months ago )

One of our Amazon Linux servers has php56 installed, which is not the default PHP installation. Quite often I see updates for this package, while on other server PHP is not updated.

Do I need to restart the HTTPD service after updating php56?

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( 5 months ago )

You do not need to restart apache, but you need to tell it to reload its configuration. I am not sure which command centos uses to start/stop/reload daemons.

On centos the command should be:

sudo service httpd graceful

On a linux that uses systemd the command would be:

sudo systemctl reload apache2

On debian it would be:

sudo apache2ctl graceful

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